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ANCIENNE COLLECTION CARL VON WEINBERG (1861-1943)

Akasagarbha bodhisattva Dynastie Ming
AKASAGARBHA BODHISATTVA INK AND COLOUR ON SILK, MOUNTED ON BOARD, MING DYNASTY, WITH A DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION ON THE SIDE BY LIU HAISU (1896-1994)
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 71,250 EUR
JUMP TO LOT
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ANCIENNE COLLECTION CARL VON WEINBERG (1861-1943)

Akasagarbha bodhisattva Dynastie Ming
AKASAGARBHA BODHISATTVA INK AND COLOUR ON SILK, MOUNTED ON BOARD, MING DYNASTY, WITH A DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION ON THE SIDE BY LIU HAISU (1896-1994)
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 71,250 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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Akasagarbha bodhisattva Dynastie Ming
AKASAGARBHA BODHISATTVA INK AND COLOUR ON SILK, MOUNTED ON BOARD, MING DYNASTY, WITH A DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION ON THE SIDE BY LIU HAISU (1896-1994)
encre et couleurs sur soie, contrecollée sur paneau en bois, avec une inscription dédicatoire de Liu Haisu (1896-1994)
123,5 x 50,3 cm, 48 5/8  by 19 3/4  in.
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Provenance

In the family by descent.

Catalogue Note

The inscription on the side of the painting mentions that it was dedicated to the wife of the German owner by Liu Haisu (1896-1994) in 1931. Liu Haisu is considered among the pioneers of Chinese modern art, and he was among the four men who earned the title of "The Four Great Academy Presidents": Lin Fengmian, Xu Beihong, Liu Haisu, and Yan Wenliang. These artists were revered in the early Republican Era due to their effective stewardship of the Hangzhou National School of Fine Art, the Art Department of Central University, the Shanghai Academy of Arts, and the Soochow College of Art respectively.

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